acab6 said:I cant seem to figure out that link you sent me, I'm knew to this and kinda lost, thanks for trying
n8chb said:Its pretty stright forward,
Name search, frequency search etc.
for example if you know just one frequency you can find the others asociated with it.
The fcc data base works much the same as the Canadian one does although Canada does block some gov name searches.
DaveH said:OPP and other police forces do not show up on the Industry Canada
TAFL searches. No point looking for them there.
OPP uses the BMR (Bell Mobility Radio) Fleetnet Trunked VHF
system (Motorola) in three zones so far. All known data is on this
site (Database). Search under Motorola Trunked system IDs:
Zone 1 uses System ID 782d
Zone 2 uses System ID 822f
Zone 3 uses System ID 8230
There are non-trunked frequencies such as simplex and UHF
Vehicle Repeaters (VRs) also listed on this site.
n8chb said:If that's so Dave what are these?
acab6 said:I am looking for Toronto and the surrounding area
n8chb said:The data base is blocking that info or it's not up today.
Last year I downloaded some of the OPP locations and frequencys but not sure where I put them.
Jay said:For what it's worth, some "police" frequency allocations are making it into the TAFL, but usually when another agency is the one who is licensed. Example - local SAR group near me has a license to operate on the local RCMP repeater. SAR group shows to be licensed for that frequency. Nowhere in the listing does it indicate that it's a police frequency, but it is.
That's what the poster who c&p'd a list of OPP frequencies allocated to fire departments and hospitals has found.
n8chb said:If the original post would say what area he was looking for I would have looked it up for him.